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Date Posted by Category User IP

2014-11-23 (UTC)

HS0ZIB

QRP

node-kz3.pool-1-0.dynamic.totbb.net

Norcal Sierra Wilderness

I am selling a Norcal Sierra
Wilderness QRP transceiver
(constructed from kit), with KC2
counter/keyer module and
constructed band modules for
3.5MHz, 7MHz, 10MHz, 14MHz (u/s),
17MHz and a kit for 21MHz module.
With the exception of the 14MHz
band module, the unit is in very
good working order.

I bought this transceiver several
years ago from a US seller, and
then stored it whilst waiting to
install my antenna system, and to
learn CW. Although my antenna
system is now installed,
unfortunately, I have not learnt CW
(apart from a very basic level).
Although I would love to improve my
CW and use this rig, realistically
this will not happen. So I am
selling the transceiver and hope to
purchase a QRP, SSB transceiver.

The transceiver is fully built
(except for the 21MHz module), and
includes the KC2 digital frequency
display and keyer option).

The transceiver has been recently
aligned and then tested on my new,
low-band, antenna system, and
reports received for 3.5MHz, 7MHz
and 10MHz modules. For 17MHz
module, I have tested it against my
mobile, HF installation and signals
are received fine and transmit
fine.

The 14MHz module does have a
problem that was present before my
original purchase of the rig. The
seller suggests that the crystal
itself is faulty on that module.

The 21MHz module is not yet
constructed, but 90% of the
components (pcb, crystal, coils,
trimcaps etc) seem to be present.

The build and operating manual for
the rig and the digital frequency
display/keyer is also supplied, as
is a DC power cord.

The rig has been little-used since
purchase, and has been stored in a
box in a dry, non-smoking
environment.

The rig is currently at my QTH on
Phuket Island, Thailand. It will
be shipped by registered EMS and
securely-packed. Asking price is $550 ono and I will ship to any
international location for the
fixed charge of 30 USD.

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